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    feed winLAME 32bit 96khz?

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    Hey!
    Anyone know if winLAME can convert 32bit/96khz WAV to 320kbps mp3? the mp3s play but without sound. it works with Free Audio Converter, but i heard winLAME has better sound quality. Looking for the best option for converting my 32bit/96khz WAVs to mp3 right now.
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    LAME codec is LAME codec is LAME codec.
    The various 'programs' are just different frontends.
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    Okay, thanks! was curious about that. Well then i can just keep using the working encoder. Problem solved.

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    If you're looking for quality why still using mp3 instead of flac ?
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    if i was just looking at that i could leave them in WAV, its also about filesize. Would be happy though if flac became new standart over lossy mp3

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    thanks greatly for the hint though!
    you brought me to consider flac for personal use

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